Economics

One in 10 eurozone households spend more than they earn, Bundesbank paper finds

Central Banking | 20 Aug 2014

Households with female, young, or divorced heads have harder time making ends meet, but ‘rather confident in the possibility to get funded through informal lending channels'

Topics: Bundesbank, Eurozone, Germany

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Portfolio flows to emerging markets make asset prices volatile - IMF paper

Central Banking | 20 Aug 2014

Topics: Emerging markets

Korea needs more women and young people in work, paper finds

Central Banking | 19 Aug 2014

Topics: Labour, Bank of Korea, Korea, South, Unemployment

HKMA's Chan will champion Hong Kong's asset management industry

Central Banking | 18 Aug 2014

Topics: Hong Kong, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Norman Chan

IMF paper finds Latam growth likely to slow even if commodity prices remain elevated

Central Banking | 15 Aug 2014

Topics: IMF, Emerging markets, China

Southern African economies appear to be converging

Central Banking | 14 Aug 2014

Topics: Africa, Bank of Botswana

Global imbalances still on the rise, IMF paper shows

Central Banking | 13 Aug 2014

Topics: IMF, Global imbalances

US and Europe more vital for Australian trade than thought

Central Banking | 12 Aug 2014

Topics: trade, Reserve Bank of Australia, Australia, Europe

Ghana requests IMF bailout to bridge fiscal deficit

Central Banking | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: IMF, Ghana, Inflation, Exchange rate, Emerging markets

IMF paper finds ‘puzzling' result from capital controls

Central Banking | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Capital controls, IMF

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